Haplea was listed second on the post-spring depth chart as the blocking TE. In 2011, Haplea recorded just three catches for 21 yards and a touchdown. He played in every game the past two seasons, catching six passes for 60 yards and one touchdown.
Nick O'Leary and even Dan Hicks have a big edge on Haplea, who has to learn the playbook and system like a freshman. Speaking of which, 4-Star signee Christo Kourtzidis will be eager to show what he can do at the position.
If nothing else, Haplea is clearly quality depth from a major program. And just in case, FSU coaches know that Haplea played his share of defense during high school.